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Elder (2004)

 |  Short, Drama  |  18 June 2004 (USA)
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Two missionaries with clashing personalities attempt to unravel their own sheltered lives as well as the lives of their potential converts.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Dale Angell ...
Mr. Jensen
Dana Desiree ...
Jenny
Lois Freeman-Fox ...
Mrs. Chaswig
Jeff Hall ...
Frank
Chris Hill ...
Elder Roberts
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Elder Chaswig
Michael Kirsch ...
Zach
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Elder Jensen
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Fred the Delivery Man
Laurie Silva ...
Gladys
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Two missionaries with clashing personalities attempt to unravel their own sheltered lives as well as the lives of their potential converts.

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Very well written and well directed film.
6 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Elder is an excellent little film about two young Mormon missionaries. It covers what their spiritual journey is like, and some of the trials they face. Only slightly more dramatized.

The acting is a little one-sided. The lead, (Meekin) completely steals the show. His reverence for the part and his soft-spoken naive mannerisms make his character stand out brilliantly. The other actors hold their own just fine. Perhaps one or two shaky lines, nothing too objectionable. But it's a good cast overall.

The film truly is just plain good. It gets you emotional, and keeps you interested. I would recommend this film to anyone with high praise.


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